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a quarter to full

By ekonju
Taking this picture of the moon exposed for ~1/25 of a second at prime focus of an f/8.3 120-mm refracting telescope, I tested for the first time a custom-made remote manual shutter used to avoid camera shake and telescope vibrations created by the release of the built-in camera shutter. Unsharp mask was additionally used. Also, strong libration (9.41) is visible on the trailing limb as we can see much further east of Mare Crisium than we usually do.

Tags: Moon Telescope Terminator Craters Luna Wildlife and nature

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13 Nov 2011 3:10PM
excellent with 0,o lense

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ekonju 6 1 France
13 Nov 2011 3:21PM
haha I attached my Nikon D70 to a refracting telescope, diameter was 120mm and focal length 1000mm Wink
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12 1.5k 3529 Canada
14 Nov 2011 6:19PM
Outstanding detail, well done.


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